Doug West has been with Rowe Transfer for roughly four years now. He works in our custom crating department creating and building crates for a variety of customers and projects. Before joining the Rowe team, Doug was an owner/operator of a transportation company and still drives for Rowe on occasion, as needed.
Rowe Transfer has a long-standing history of safe and efficient transportation of medical equipment which produces radioactive material. We receive numerous requests to remove, relocate, and/or decommissioning of residually radioactive medical equipment throughout the United States and beyond.
Commercial truck drivers are needed as the industry shifts into an era utilizing technological advancements and an updated work environment. A job that was once considered to be arduous, the sector has become an increasingly attractive for many reasons. The trade lacks almost 900,000 drivers and the average age of commercial truck drivers is 55 and rising rapidly. There is growing concern that as qualified drivers retire, there will not be enough drivers to replace them. Have you been considering what it could be like to drive a truck full time?
As a transportation logistics leader, Rowe Transfer is a highly sought-after employer for truck driving jobs. Additionally, with trucking driving shortages continuing to exacerbate shipping costs, the salaries for truck drivers continues to rise in step. If you have been considering a career in transportation, this blog will help you learn about obtaining a truck driving CDL and successfully completing all the requirements necessary to land a career in truck driving.